Geopolitics, Land Ownership, and the Built Environment

Geopolitics, Land Ownership, and the Built Environment

Wednesday, April 21st from 7 to 8:30 PM

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We invite you to join this workshop on queer environmentalism.
Brooklyn Community Pride Center invites you this workshop, which is part of a four-part series (held 3/24, 4/7, 4/21, and 5/5 all from 7:00pm to 8:30pm), focusing on empowering queer communities through environmental education and activism and will be led by Julia Goldsamt, Clio Jensen, and Jenna Van Holten, three senior Environmental Studies majors at Bryn Mawr College.
While at first glance, climate change and environmentalism may not appear to be queer issues, they are especially relevant to queer communities because the denial of land ownership and the marginalization of vulnerable groups are in many ways linked, and that reconnecting with the environment can create an empowering sense of place and community. This workshop will focus on land ownership and the histories of the ways in which the built and natural environments have been made inaccessible to queer communities.
All four workshops are hosted via Zoom (Meeting ID: 995 7457 9038).
All four workshops are hosted via Zoom >
For more information or questions, please contact Clio at
More about Julia, Clio, and Jenna:
Julia, Clio, and Jenna are inspired by Queer, TGNC, and BIPOC environmental advocates, and they are excited to continue their social justice education and activism through the lens of environmentalism. They are looking to focus on empowering LGBTQ+ youth and/or adults by giving them the resources they need to create a meaningful connection to the land and their natural environment.


Apr 21 2021


7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Brooklyn Community Pride Center

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